Kerry Generates 12 Tons of CO2 on Trip Discussing Climate Change


Jim Geraghty
The National Review
February 17, 2014

This is part of a six-day Kerry trip through Seoul, South Korea; Beijing, China; Jakarta; Indonesia; Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, then back to Washington.

During the "global warming" trip, Kerry's plane generated 2/3rds of the CO2 generated by an average American in one year. Credit: Bill Abbott via Flickr

During the “global warming” trip, Kerry’s plane generated 2/3rds of the CO2 generated by an average American in one year. Credit: Bill Abbott via Flickr

In case you’re wondering, flying first class from Washington to Seoul to Beijing to Jakarta to Abu Dhabi and then back to Washington runs up roughly 12.16 metric tons of carbon dioxide, according to CarbonFootprint.com, which uses data from the EPA and Department of Energy.

The average American generates about 19 tons of carbon dioxide in a year.

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